Publishing with a purpose
Equality, diversity and inclusion
We believe that people from all walks of life should be able to participate in society on a level playing field. Themes around social justice and equal opportunities run though all of our publishing lists and underpin our overall strategy.
With a focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals 5: Gender Equality and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities, we have published research across all areas, including race and ethnicity, disabled and LGBTQ+ rights, gender equality, poverty and social exclusion, class and social mobility.
Diversity issues and managing diversity is something that we take seriously as an organisation with an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion group collaborating to improve diversity in recruitment, publishing and mental health/wellness. Find out more on our EDI Hub.
Bristol University Press and Policy Press are signed up to the UN SDG Publishers Compact. In Equality, diversity and inclusion, we aim to address the following goals:
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
What are the politics of love?
Roger Haydon Mitchell
Gender, sexuality and the limits of the law
Themed issue: The Politics of Negative Emotions
Critical and Radical Social Work
Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline
Charlotte Williams and Claudia Bernard
Marxism and anti-racism
Social work as protest: conversations with selected first black social work women in South Africa
Allucia Lulu Shokane and Mogomme Alpheus Masoga
Families, Relationships and Societies
Freedom and foreclosure: Intimate consequences for asexual identities
Matt Dawson, Susie Scott, and Liz Mcdonnell
European Journal of Politics and Gender
Framing and feedback: increased support for gender quotas among elites
Mari Teigen, Hege Skjeie and Rune Karlsen
LGBTIQ Roma and queer intersectionalities: the lived experiences of LGBTIQ Roma [Free]
The fight against ‘gender’ and ‘LGBT ideology’: new developments in Poland [Free]
Evidence and Policy
What can feminist theory offer policy implementation challenges?
Gemma Carey, Helen Dickinson, and Sue Olney